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The Three Motor Cars
Answer :

The only set of three numbers, of two, three, and five figures respectively, that will fulfil the required conditions is 27 × 594 = 16,038. 
These three numbers contain all the nine digits and 0, without repetition; the first two numbers multiplied together make the third, and the second is exactly twenty-two times the first. 

If the numbers might contain one, four, and five figures respectively, there would be many correct answers, such as 3 × 5,694 = 17,082; but it is a curious fact that there is only one answer to the problem as propounded, though it is no easy matter to prove that this is the case.





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